The Office of Government and Community Relations acts as a liaison between MIT and the local, state, and federal government, working closely with the Cambridge City Council, the General Court (legislature) of Massachusetts, and the United States Congress. The Office also maintains liaison with the executive branches of state and local government and with many of the executive agencies of the federal government, as well as with several education associations based in Washington, DC.
The Office coordinates MIT's community relations activities in Cambridge and beyond, and supports the MIT community-at-large in a broad range of activities. OGCR staff are available as a resource to members of the Institute community who need information or assistance with the government, and to MIT's neighbors who need guidance in their interactions with the Institute. The Office is firmly committed to promoting town-gown collaboration and understanding. At the Institute, OGCR is a communications link, a catalyst for action, and a resource for both MIT and the external community.
The MIT Office of Government and Community Relations (OGCR) is seeking an Associate Director to work with the director and staff to bring creative ideas and strategic thinking to advance OGCR’s objectives--public policy engagement, K-12 educational enrichment, nonprofit support, The Job Connector by MIT, and the annual Town Gown Report and presentation...
A full description can be found here.
Posted: 11/1/22 Job #22065-11 Submit your application to the MIT Career Portal.